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Year-End Review

A new year has begun. The winter holidays are always a time of not only celebrations but also reflections. Here’s my little reflection of 2022. Let me know in the comments or on social media what was yours! You should try this exercise, it’s like journaling.

1- One word to describe the year: growth or pain. I feel like both kind of go hand-in-hand, so I am not sure which one to pick.

2- Best thing I did for someone else this year: Be there for a friend (or do the best I could for them) who means so much to me.

3- Favourite movie of the year: The Crime

4- Worst movie of the year: Don’t Worry Darling

5- Favourite shows: The Killing; Disappearance

6- Most embarrassing moment of the year: being in a store, talking to my mother, then realizing she had left the aisle a while ago, and people looking at me like I was a lunatic. 😛

7- Time I had laughed the hardest: making videos with my uncles with snapchat filters on.

8- Something you learned to do: pottery.

9- Most newsworthy event: a friend giving birth to twins.

10- Biggest lesson learn: to not act, or make any decision, while anxious. In other words, to be patient.

11- Favourite place I visited this year: Los Angeles.

12- Most memorable moments: a) Meeting Taylor Jenkins Reid & Attica Locke; b) Mohamed Ramadan sharing my story on Instagram; c) Hakim liking my review of his show in Montreal; d) Participating to a North American convention within my community.

13- Advice I received this year: peace is a good sign.

14- Achievement I am proud of this year: trying to make my dreams come true one step at a time.

15- One great compliment this year: my art matters.

16- Most thankful for: being loved by gems.


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